We have this instant messaging system at work that can be used to communicate back and forth with co-workers and update statuses. I like it because if I have a quick question for someone, I can just IM them and get a quick answer. Or if I need to go talk to someone, I can check real quick and see if they're at their desk, etc.
In this system, there is an option to include a little tag line with your status. I have ones that say "Out to lunch," and "On a conference call," etc. I noticed several months ago that some of my co-workers had little quotes on theirs and I thought that was pretty nifty. So I decided to do the same. In December I added one that said "Merry Christmas." I figured I would be a little sneaky since you're technically supposed to say "Happy Holidays."
Since then, I have decided to get even more creative and I have started to include quotes by my favorite Christian authors and speakers. I can't mention God in them, but I can talk about Him without ever mentioning His name, just like in the book of Esther. Here are some that I have included in my saved statuses:
"Doubt is not always a sign that a man is wrong; it may be a sign that he is thinking." Oswald Chambers
"The purpose exceeds the pain." Beth Moore
"We are all faced with a series of great opportunities brilliantly disguised as impossible situations." Charles Swindoll
"You cannot amputate your history from your destiny, because that is redemption." Beth Moore
I always like to include the author because I figure if people like the quote and are encouraged by it, maybe they will look up the author and want to know more, which will inevitably lead to the mention of God... the one I am not supposed to mention in the workplace. Pretty cool!